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Saho3914trim the excess material and then marine epoxy, shave excess epoxy once dry.
KendozersBrotherBasically, remove all the freying, create some sort of mold with packaging tape and fill it with epoxy. Once that's dry, sand it down to match the ski. To create a packaging tape mold, refrence this image that I did for my sidewall repair on my k2 Shreditor 112's last year. It's the same idea, except on your skis, you will have it on the top and side. after the epoxy is put in, you can fold the tape in to contain it. Hard to explain without demonstrating haha. Also buy Gorilla epoxy.
SaucerboyshaneGet some Marie grade 5200 epoxy and put that in the place of the excess material and the dent. After that cures sand it down and make paint corrections.
s-handUse West Systems G-Flex marine epoxy
Crispy.Is a razor blade the best thing to trim with? Where can i find marine grade epoxy?
s-handI think I bought mine at West Marine. I never trimmed. I just made sure there wasnt too much excess when I applied the epoxy and then sanded/filed it to the shape I wanted after it set.